About CRC’s Domestic Violence Services
At CRC, survivors escaping domestic violence find safety and healing through our emergency shelter, transitional housing, counseling, Therapeutic Children’s Center, legal advocacy and other supportive services. Our goal is to offer the tools and opportunities needed for safety, stability and healing. Additionally, CRC offers Domestic Violence Prevention presentations and trainings to educate adults and youth about the dynamics of abuse, with the mission to prevent abusive relationships.
Carol’s House is a 24-bed emergency shelter that offers survivors of domestic violence a safe home for 45 to 60 days. Carol’s House is a County-funded program.
Domestic Violence Program participants receive comprehensive supportive services to facilitate the transition to healthier, happier and safer lives.
- Case Management
- Legal Advocacy
Therapeutic Children’s Center
The Therapeutic Children’s Center (TCC) provides a safe, healthy environment for children in our domestic violence or counseling programs who are recovering from the traumatic effects of domestic violence. Counseling and additional therapeutic activities specifically designed for our youngest clients promote age-appropriate childhood development and help to break the generational cycle of violence.
Housing & Financial Assistance
For domestic violence survivors leaving their abusive relationships, CRC can provide housing resources, rental assistance, financial education and individualized support. We can help with moving expenses, deposits, car repair, utilities and more.
Domestic Violence Survivor Support Group
Our Domestic Violence Support Group provides a safe and relaxed environment for those who are or were in an abusive relationship, encouraging personal growth and healing in all areas of life.
Men’s Survivor Support Group
Available to any man (age 17+) who has experienced domestic or family violence, sexual assault or trafficking. For more information, please download the PDF.
Domestic Violence Prevention Education
CRC works to prevent domestic violence in the community through educational presentations to schools, groups and businesses. CRC prevention educators offer an in-depth series of classes or workshops about domestic violence to students, teachers and parents to raise awareness around domestic violence and teen dating abuse, and how to develop healthy relationships.
Annually. CRC offers a comprehensive 40-hour Domestic Violence Advocate Training for those who want to learn from experts in the field about the dynamics and danger of intimate partner violence in our society and how to empower survivors in their healing.
Please contact us if you are interested in a presentation or workshop for your group.